GuardiCore Raises $20M; Continues Traction Protecting Enterprise Data Centers Globally

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Today I am excited to share that we have secured a financing round (Series B) in the amount of $20M.  The round was led by our existing investors, 83 North and Battery Ventures, who continue to give us valuable contributions in terms of the support and guidance we need at this stage in our company’s lifecycle. We are also very happy to welcome Cisco to the table at this financing round.

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"BRACNet is Bangladesh’s premier one-stop ICT (Information & Communication Technology) solution provider. Established in 1996 as BRAC’s IT/ISP wing, it later formed a Joint Venture company with US investors gNet/DEFTA Partners in 2005. Attracted by its pioneering social business model and by the potential to replicate it around the globe, KDDI – the second largest cellular operator and Wireless ISP in Japan, entered in to a partnership with BRACNet recently to buy a 50% stake in the company in 2009. At present, BRACNet is providing its broadband internet and intranet (data) services to 64 districts of the country."

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